Revealed during ISTE 2018, here are 12 product launches that can help educators run their classrooms easier, and make learning experiences more creative.
Looking for new tools to teach science and math? Check out LabCamera, the edtech software for STEM education.
LATI, Georgia Tech, and Quincy College have partnerships with technology companies that find graduates of college and universities jobs, and fill corporate needs.
An assistant superintendent shares how a technology-rich environment has improved student engagement and achievement in her district.
Internet of Things (IoT) technology can be introduced into the classroom in order to impact instruction and change the way students learn.
The Atlas from Bak USA recently appeared on “NewsWatch,” a TV and web series that airs on ION Television, AMC Networks, and at newswatch.com.
After a successful pilot program in the Carolinas, Google is making it easier for kids to study on the way to and from school in 16 more states.
CCS Presentation Systems is releasing an all-in-one mobile STEM lab for K-12 classrooms called the CCS STEM Cart.
Apple is partnering with Northwestern and Chicago Public Schools to bring the Everyone Can Code curriculum to the major city by tutoring the teachers.
With a proliferation of more affordable education technology entering the classroom, teachers have the ability to go above and beyond to use the technology in lessons. Here are some ways to go beyond simple presentations with projector technology.